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  Home arrow Previous edition (2009) arrow Venue and Travel  
Venue and Travel 2009




The First Summer School on Applied Software Process Management will take place in the modern, well-equipped building of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano situated in the very centre of the charming town of Bolzano. Located in the sunny South Tyrol in the north of Italy, Bolzano is a meeting point for two cultures and two languages, a town with a rich history and a great tourist tradition. Bolzano is easily reachable by car, by train or by plane.





By train
Bolzano is reachable by train from Munich (Germany) or Innsbruck (Austria) and from the main Italian towns such as Milan, Verona or Venice. The timetable of trains is available online at or . The Free University of Bozen-Bolzano is easily reachable on foot (10 minutes walk) from the main train station of Bolzano.

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By plane
If you come by plane, there are several options. One option is to book a flight to Rome and from there get a connection flight directly to the airport of Bolzano. Alternatively, you can book a flight to Munich, Innsbruck, Verona, Venice or Milan and then take the train to Bolzano (the time needed for the train journey is approximately 4h, 2h, 4h, and 4h respectively).

By car

Short indications:
- Brenner motorway A22, exit Bolzano Sud/Nord, toward the centre
- State street SS 12 from Trento and from Brennero,  toward the centre
- State street SS 38 from the Passo Resia, toward the centre
- Superstrada MeBo from Merano toward the centre


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